The Batman added to its cast two more square-jawed men. Teen Wolf actors Charlie Carver and Max Carver joined the cast for Matt Reeves’ upcoming comic film, which stars as the Caped Crusader, the similarly squared Robert Pattinson. The roles of the twins in The Batman were not shown.
Charlie And Max Carver Joins The Batman
Leaks revealed that Charlie and Max Carver had announced positions in The Batman. The doubles who first played on Desperate Housewives before they appeared in The Leftovers and landed in Teen Wolf, where they quietly scowled a lot. These scowls are likely to help them in The Batman, which is a new dark take on the Reeves Caped Crusader.
While it is unclear who is going to play Charlie and Max Carver, there are only a few exceptional double characters in DC Comics. The first, of course, is that of the Wonder wins — the violet spandex Justice League allies, Zan and Jan. But it’s very doubtful that the Carvers will play these campy cartoons. The two had supernatural baddies in Teen Wolf, and were surprisingly bland, although they were often shirtless, in the background. It would not be shocking, therefore, if they played some kind of evil henchmen. Maybe the Carver twins will be a new addition to Two-Face twin henchmen in Batman: The Animated Series?
Plot Of The Batman
Matt Reeves’s upcoming solo adventure is little established, but Bruce Wayne’s younger, more fragile years will be the priority. Some sources claim that the film was set in the 1990s and could show a new, less gravitational version of the Caped Crusader using his detective skills and not his brute strength.
Similar to Batman Forever, Bats will face several evil people in his life. In an interview, Reeves announced that his movie would feature a “foggy gallery” of villagers who are standing idly by.
Colin Farrell has spoken about the script, who will play The Penguin in the film, calling it “gorgeous” and giving it little in particular.
“I’m talking to Matt Reeves, who is the producer, who wrote the script, and who wrote a stunning, deep, moving, beautiful script,” Farrell told Jimmy Fallon. “It’s all hush-hush, but it’s a pretty script he’s written, and he’s got real love for it, Matt. So, we’re done developing the character’s aesthetics.